A cinema with seven rooms and a maximum capacity of 1051 people that is integrated in a global development plan for a pedestrian square in the historic center of Cahors, France.
A continuation of the feature published in the Documents section of NESS 3.
A real estate company’s corporate headquarters, located at Graz’s highest traffic entrance, brings clarity and conciseness as a new landmark to a transitioning industrial area.
A dialogue on how to build a Latin American posture.
The third work built by the young studio takes advantage of an existing construction to refurbish it and create a new chapel in the outskirts of Itupeva, Brazil.
A look at the projects Rio Bonito House, Santa Teresa House, and Varanda House by the Brazilian architect.
The mixed used building combines eighteen residential units above first floor commercial space.
The Fold, a small community playground in Changzhou, China, seeks to challenge children through the landform and leaves total freedom to the imagination and possible uses.
A design for a boutique Yoga studio in Berlin that incorporates flow.
The merger of an existing old building located on a circular lot with the new addition revitalizes the educational spaces and the teaching at the University of Toronto.
The Belgian architectural firm designed its own office, a mirrored, elevated prism that reflects its natural environment and blends in with the landscape.
The US Olympic and Paralympic Museum is a tribute to the Olympic and Paralympic movements with Team USA athletes at the center of the experience.
Located in Silicon Valley, this single-family house has three patios that articulate fluid interior spaces by creating their own exterior landscape.
Traditional lifestyles in a contemporary take for a house and orchard on a small lot in a village in Vietnam.
With a size of six thousand square meters, this is the largest public space of Guangzhou Vanke Cloud City in China.
The Swiss office designed a new housing project in Berlin that is composed of several parts and unites the different scales and typologies of the slab and the courtyard that characterize its surroundings.
The new Lindt Home of Chocolate is more than a museum: this versatile project redefines what civic buildings can be.
In the heart of the 13th arrondissement, this mixed-use program includes social housing , a nursery, and La Fab., home of the new agnès b. contemporary art collection.
This design is for a charity center that provides free practical and emotional support for people with cancer in the campus of St. James’s University Hospital in Leeds.
A bold, completely pink space full of texture and volumes that challenges the retail tradition of The Beverly Center in Los Angeles and creates a sensory experience.
Talking with founder Gabriel Kozlowski, we get to know this initiative that is addressing the pandemic by reflecting on the future and offering help on the ground.
In the middle of nature on Long Island, this cruciform house organizes different uses through wings and takes advantage of surrounding views.
The architects added a studio and a spacious deck facing the silhouette of the Angeles National Forest to the home of an LA-based artist.
A renovated apartment in Beijing that bets on open spaces, unevenness, strident colors, and textures to create a space full of details.
A building originally designed for the Brazilian postal company was transformed into a library with an open and democratic space.
A curved roof generates unexpected interior spaces and a unique terrace for this office building in Japan.
A single-family house designed to promote family interaction and a relationship between interior and exterior.
The iconic design at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago has been transformed to reflect student housing needs today.
A slim, existing house in São Paulo was transformed within a translucent volume that combines wood and glass.
A new building was built on old foundations to house the new offices of the start-up REMISE in Berlin, Germany.
Noble materials, simple forms, and a lush courtyard make up this single-family home located in Mexico City.
A house that reinterprets Swiss vernacular architecture and is developed on a steep slope.
A single-family house in Wyoming that overlays traditional construction methods with a contemporary way of living.
A book that explores public space within the complex dialogue of planned and unplanned settlements in Latin America.
The transformation of a heritage building into a dynamic creative hotspot.
An autonomous and rigorous volume that makes use of the local archetypical figure, a barn.
A 150-year-old house in an alfalfa orchard is renovated and extended to give a contemporary character to the traditional.
A conversion and a new construction for a mixed-use building in Gmunden, Austria.
Located in Switzerland, this residential building highlights the potential of the existing area with its simple and light grey volume.
The transformation and extension of the new Arts campus in the Karel de Grote Hogeschool in Antwerp.
This project transformed an old accountancy office into a café in Valls, Spain.
A single-family house that takes advantage of the sloped terrain and generates a low impact on the natural surroundings.
A project that studies the possibilities within the use of public space with a series of temporary-inflatable devices.
The former farm outside Rotterdam has been extended and renovated into a care home.
Open questions juxtaposed with the studio’s projects continues the dialogue that emerged in The NESS Podcast episode.
We talk with, Ondřej Chybík and Michal Krištof, the founders of the Czech Republic-based studio.
Experience Ca’n Terra in a virtual reality exhibition commissioned by ‘T’ Space.
A renovation of a PH, a traditional typology, in Buenos Aires.
The design transforms a former commercial building into a private home.
This new educational facility for the Limburg region demanded a new typology that combines theoretical and practical spaces together.
A familiar sculptural form becomes the shape of this family house located in Goshen, Arkansas.
A design that rethinks co-living in Seoul.
A house in Ibiza that fuses with the exterior with a quiet all-white design.
A former garage is organized by the inclusion of a new wall in an existing multi-family building in Porto.
From your living room, you can experience this online exhibition that raises important questions.
A multi-purpose space for a middle school that considers the shifts from wet to dry periods in Thailand.
The renovation of a typical Buenos Aires chorizo house through the design of an intelligent envelope.
A total renovation of an old apartment that distributes space through the use of incorporated furniture.
Two new residential buildings propose a non-conventional typological variety in Basel.
A renovated house in the historic center of Lisbon that boldly occupies space.
A very personal “species of spaces” that became our starting point for Out of Focus Domesticity.
A two-story fire station whose bright-red façade dialogues directly with the building’s inner structure and functional nature.
A puzzle-like series of setbacks and terraces generates units with their own unique configurations.
An installation within a park in Santiago that invites people to disconnect from the daily rush and dive into different narratives.
This building makes use of all available space providing generous collective and individual living areas.
In the existing urban landscape, a Convention Center is placed on a lower level and a park is created on its roof.
An adventurous sliding attraction inside the Jewel Changi Airport.
A restoration of a plaza located in an informal settlement in Venezuela developed together with the community.
Making use of a small space and budget, this project uses a traditional Japanese building method.
MVRDV completes Tainan Spring, a lush lagoon and park in the preserved ruin of a mall in central Tainan.
A masterplan for the city of São Paulo that re-signifies the existent urban landscape in a project that speaks of both form and functionality.
This suburban house in Valencia, Spain is a prototype that integrates industrialized construction methods with traditional craftsmanship.
A project that connects Chilean five hills.
The new gallery in Chelsea is a flexible space that maintains continuity with the High Line.
This project subtly combines contemporary architecture, an existing building, and ruins into a single-family house.
An urban scale recovery process in Mexico that aims to regain the city’s natural landscape while improving its hydrological management.
A new take that moves away from the sterile atmosphere of a dental clinic.
A memorial park in Mexico City that reflects on the process of creating a dynamic and sensitive public space in an urban context.
The project responds to the Yangtze River, creating new connections and circulations for this city in China.
This compact unit is expanded through a balcony, façade device, and multi-functional furniture.
A building in Colombia that explores the relationship between eco-friendly devices and the social and cultural practices of its inhabitants.
This new apartment building takes advantage of the local landscape.
Reformulating the relationship between a park and its surroundings, this project reactivates a forgotten public space in Buenos Aires.
An exploration of Manthey Kula’s post-potential drawings, site-specific projects, and an email conversation with lead architect Beate Hølmebakk.
A bold concrete building wraps public space with sinuous curves.
A mirroring scenario invites visitors to a Chilean Park to experience public space in new and unexpected ways.
A collective research that proposes critical solutions to encourage public spaces and social interaction.
Questions (re)emerge around landscape and nature in this exhibition at Bureau Europa.
A staircase that allows for different user experiences and that engages with the built heritage of the city of Salvador de Bahia in Brazil.
Memorial Space and Monument to the 100th Anniversary of the Alcorta Farmers Revolt.
A historic avenue in Santiago is updated to keep up with the cultural necessities of today’s citizens.
Parasite 2.0 has done the exhibition design for a show on the archive of the Italian architect Giancarlo De Carlo.
An apartment in a historical building in Paris is renovated for a contemporary and active lifestyle.
Heidegger, technological control, and the artistic perspective meet to explore California’s rivers.
A play hub designed to redistribute activities between the courtyards and public spaces in a Moscow neighborhood.
Artist-Designer Ryan L Foote reinvents chocolates for the digital age—and architects.
Two brothers share identical weekend houses on a single concrete prism.
This intervention transforms a former industrial site into a new urban park for the HafenCity quarter in Hamburg, Germany.
The extension of this coastal house in the United Kingdom takes on the existing house’s prototypical elements.
This solo exhibition at Sean Kelly in New York features polar landscapes and explores how humans and the natural are inextricably linked.
A transformation of parking spaces into an animated—and concentrated—parklet.
A mixed-use facility that combines a historic façade with a contemporary public space.
An exploration of landscape that opposes the formalistic, closed, stable, and objective.
Four programmatic cores define the boundaries of the empty space that forms the heart of this Parish hall.
A contemporary ruin is transformed to generate a new cultural space for the city of Torredembarra in Spain.
With void and light as the protagonists, the design for these offices brings new life to an old shed.
This school in Denmark takes inspiration from the surrounding forest.
We highlight a few ideas that stood out in this book that explores performance as a critical tool to rethink architecture.
This wine bar rethinks renovation and acts as a witness to the region’s multifaceted architectural history.
This compact house prioritizes a relationship with nature through a courtyard at its heart.
This multi-unit private housing in Amsterdam is flexible and takes into account different generational needs.
The Dutch office completed a new mixed-used building located in a former industrial site.
This renovated house distills and continues the archaic and brutalist aesthetic of the time in which it was built.
Located in an Austrian forest, this renovation uses the existing structure as the programmatic core and combines it with a panoramic external layer.
In a historical enclave in Lisbon, this renovation features maximum material austerity and an atypical formal game.
Featuring a site-specific lighting installation and views of the city’s landmarks, this project encourages the revitalization of Brno’s post-industrial district.
This small but distinguished coffee shop is a bright and attractive space with geometric curves.
This building is a model of sensitive but stridently contemporary historic preservation and adaptive reuse.
A small house located in the forest of the Stockholm Archipelago with three cabins and a diversity of outdoor spaces.
The school in Croatia shapes a sense of community through the inclusion of new social facilities.
KUBE at K11 MUSEA is an installation designed to create a distinctive and intimate place for encounters in Hong Kong.
Four projects by Uruguayan architects Gualano + Gualano.
A former locomotive shed in Tilburg, The Netherlands has been transformed into a public meeting place with a distinct railway theme.
This experimental project allows inhabitants to freely arrange and combine their home.
Located in Muharraq, the building showcases the collection of architect John Yarwood.
A conversion of a former winery into a single-family house.
A new urban space for the University of Copenhagen that is adapted for climate change.
Located on the outskirts of Beijing, this is an efficient passenger terminal that is ready for future growth.
This hut introduces new open spaces that complement and expand the uses of the main house.
This art gallery is located on the Shanghai Corniche and is one of the main buildings of the West Bund Masterplan, a new cultural district.
A childhood reference transforms a multi-use space in the outskirts of Santa Fe, Argentina.
The exhibition at Pavillon de l’Arsenal imagines and defines the Parisian hotel.
In the outskirts of Hanoi, this education facility aims to generate a relaxed environment.
A graphic designer and a spatial designer built a cabin, a sauna, and a workshop on a private Swedish island.
The expansion adds more than 40,000 square feet of gallery spaces and enables the Museum to exhibit more art in new ways.
A renovation of this existing library, a key institution for the Kew Gardens Hills community neighborhood in Queens.
This house, located in the outskirts of Moscow, explores the dissolution of the boundary between interior and exterior.
An extension and adaptation of an existing home in Palma using a modular and lightweight plywood system.
A conversation about architecture in the expanded field of cultural production.
The transformation and extension of a traditional Victorian house into a new and contemporary domestic space.
Belogolvosky discusses architecture as problem-solving instead of aesthetics.
The Japanese studio’s design hybridizes cultures and influences.
The Mexican studio designed this single-family house around a courtyard composed by a concrete structure.
The new building is built especially for the acquisition, study, exhibition, storage, and conservation of modern and contemporary drawings.
The expansion of the center drove an integral renovation that combines new and existing spaces.
A young Brazilian studio whose practice orbits around producing and discussing architecture.
The building offers a new meeting point for the Agordo community in Italy.
An exhibition, a book, a house, and a table corroborate architecture’s role as a critical mediator.
A restoration in the historical center of Schiltigheim brings back to life a building that was closed over a decade ago.
Brazilian office Terra e Tuma designed a house that merges with the surrounding landscape.
The fifth edition of the Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB), Beauty Matters: The Resurgence of Beauty, is on view until November 11th.
A new building in Zurich encourages the connection between the city and the river.
The Swiss architect built the entrance and museum for this cultural heritage site in Bahrain.
A single-family house in a eucalyptus forest in Argentina.
The importance of constructing other narratives through architectural thinking.
The school in Turin, Italy embodies a cultural, pedagogical, and architectural reflection on educative spaces.
A nursery for the care and reproduction of the Guayacan tree in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Dutch office MVRDV joined Danish firm COBE to design a non-formal adult education building.
A transformation of an existing building in the historic city center of Montevideo.
Gonzalo Casals speaks with Florencia Rodriguez about his multi-faceted career.
This young practice built their own office in Asunción, Paraguay.
A book that explores nature through architectural techniques of representation.
A single-family house located in Geneva, Switzerland.
A new type of hybrid urban infrastructure.
A new life for a 300-year old house in Saitama, Japan.
A single open space that completes an existing furniture store complex in São Paulo.
Exploring the role of design and architecture in how we imagine our waste system.
This expansion adds much-needed rehearsal, education, and flexible indoor and outdoor spaces.
French architects Manal Rachdi, Nicolas Laisné, and Dimitri Roussel joined Sou Fujimoto to design a multi-family, nature-inspired apartment building.
Buenos Aires-based studio adamo-faiden works on the problem of the city as well as the use, the program, and the scale of architecture—no matter the commission.
adamo-faiden on how the design of all scales of buildings can transform the city. A conversation in Spanish with Florencia Rodriguez.
A residential building in the outskirts of Malaga, Spain.
After twenty years of design and construction, the impressive James Simon Galerie finally opens its doors.
Alterations and additions to a wonderful two-story house originally constructed during the interwar period.
The architects created a sustainable design for the soviet city Naberezhnye Chelny.
The Spanish architect transformed an old structure into a new wooden pavilion in New York.
Florencia Rodriguez speaks with Nic and Elliott about their platform that helps architects get published.
Collective, light-filled housing set along the river banks of the Rhine.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma was selected by Camper to design their Barcelona store.
A peek inside this comprehensive book on the potential of housing in building better cities.
An upcoming public festival at Concrete Plant Park focusing on New Ecologies.
A community center and nursery Pontoise near Paris.
A single-family house in uptown Santiago de Chile.
A profile on this liminal design enterprise investigating the status of human habitats.
Kéré Architects designs a wooden pavilion located at the Tippet Rise Art Center in Montana, USA.
SO – IL has been commissioned by Exhibit Columbus to create a temporary installation on the Bartholomew County Courthouse Lawn.
Jing Liu and Florencia Rodriguez talk about the practice, “cocooning,” and productive misunderstandings.
Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation releases the design of Reggio School in Encinar de los Reyes, Madrid.
The Brazilian Pavilion exhibition at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale was on view in New York City from June to August, 2019.
Architecture office elii designs two contiguous exhibitions that address climate change in Madrid.
Chinese office MUDA Architects designs a restaurant in a lotus pond hidden in a eucalyptus forest.
A peek at some projects under construction and an extract of a conversation with Daniela Freiberg about the diversity of work produced in his office.
Luis Úrculo (un)veils ipiña+nieto’s project for the Brazilian Embassy in Santiago de Chile.
Breathtaking views from this holiday house in Sesimbra, Portugal
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) redevelop the East Riverfront area
Lisa Ubelaker Andrade writes a brief history of Detroit
Streets of Detroit photographed by Pablo Gerson
Ensamble Studio talks with Pablo Gerson about model-making, music, and videos.
An extract of a compelling conversation on photography and architecture.
A glimpse into their conversation on contemporary aesthetics.
A conversation circling around issues on the vernacular and typology.
Uncomfortable afterthoughts on continuity, autonomy, and history.
A shift from one scale to the other with subtle sophistication.